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Low Vision Lunch and Learn Session
March 26, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
In partnership with the Lighthouse Guild Vision Rehabilitation Network, the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences is excited to host a Low Vision Lunch and Learn series. The Lunch and Learn sessions will take place at the following clinics on the dates below.
Improving the Clinical Experiences of Patients with Visual Disability – Part 1 – Presented by Marshall Flax
Tuesday, March 6 – UW Health Deming Way Eye Clinic
Wednesday, March 7 – UW Health University Station Eye Clinic
Thursday, March 8 – Madison Eye Associates Clinic
Friday, March 9 – UW Health University Station Eye Clinic
Thursday, March 22 – UW Health Eye Clinic – Rockford, IL
Monday, March 26 – UW Health East Eye Clinic
Improving the Clinical Experiences of Patients with Visual Disability – Part 2 – Presented by Marshall Flax
Tuesday, October 9 – UW Health University Station Eye Clinic
Wednesday, October 10 – UW Health Deming Way Eye Clinic
Thursday, October 11 – Madison Eye Associates Clinic
Friday, October 12 – UW Health East Clinic Eye Care Services
ABOUT MARSHALL FLAX
Marshall worked for the Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired for 24 years as a Certified Low Vision Therapist and a Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist before retiring in 2014. His work included providing low vision services and orientation and mobility services to people who have lost or are losing their sight. He continues to provide O&M services and to make and sell low vision simulators through his company, Fork in the Road Rehabilitation Services.
He has authored several articles and co-authored a book on the subject of low vision. Marshall’s professional affiliations include McPherson Eye Research Institute Advisory Board, Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, and the Low Vision Subject Matter Experts Committee of the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals.